Chocolate Meditation

Connecting with your senses is one of the core benefits of Mindfulness meditation. Many traditions use nuts or fruit as the focus for a meditation on the senses of taste, smell and touch. But you can use any food at all so we developed a meditation based on chocolate. Why not do it now by clicking on this link? This meditation is taken from the book ‘Mindfulness: Finding Peace in a Frantic World’. The book contains a complete 8 week mindfulness course developed at Oxford University.

Spring Equinox Meditation Questions

How to use the Spring Equinox Meditation Questions:

One or more of the seasonal meditation questions can be used during the first or final relaxation of your yoga practice. Or as you stay in an asana you might pose yourself one of the questions. Hold the questions lightly, without searching too hard for answers; just trust that in time an answer will rise up out of your subconscious. You can also pose the questions during a formal sitting meditation practice. Or more informally when you are out walking, or during your everyday activities.

Thank you to Glennie Kindred for the inspiration behind these questions.

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Rebooking for April & May 2017

Hello everyone,

It is rebooking time again. This time it is for April and May. Please make a note of the Easter holidays and bank holidays for each class.

Classes continue to be popular and therefore places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.  Class spaces for current students are prioritised over new students.

For pregnancy classes  – if your due date is within the booking period please chat to me so we can work out the best options.

Please ensure you have confirmed you space and made payment by 27th March. I will accept payments from 1st March but please let me know you want the space.  Any spaces available from 28th March will be offered to those on the waiting list. If you have not let me know by 27th March you may loose your space.

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